I found Love's Pursuit to be a very enjoyable read. The characters were developed well in that I cared about what happened to them. The author wasn't too quick to explain everything and this allow me to participate in the story. As the tension built I was worried about the ending but was relieved to find that the author did not take the easy way out. I would have been disappointed with anything else. I found the historical part of the book very interesting. Also, I feel I have a better understanding of those who have suffered abuse. I had some problems at the beginning knowing who was narrating the story. Over all a enjoyed the book very much.
I don't know how Siri Mitchell does it. For all the talk I hear of author branding, I never know what to expect from one of Siri's books. You can count on a strong female character with lots more going on INSIDE her head than she let's on, but that's about it. Don't count on a stereotypical "Christian Fiction" ending, but let's face it, life rarely works that way. What I do know is that I can't ever wait to get my hands on her next book and once I do, you won't be able to pry it away from me until I've read it cover to cover. Love's Pursuit is just another wonderful example of Siri's extraordinary writing talent. I can't WAIT to see what she comes up with next.